Chia puddings are a must for the busy breastfeeding mom's routine! This lactation chia pudding takes just a few minutes to prepare and is loaded with nutrients and energy for your day.
Breastfeeding can make meal prep hard - easy is best when you're juggling babies, kids, chores, work and more. Enter the ever-amazing chia seed. This little magical ingredient is a boon for nursing moms. A delicious lactation-boosting breakfast with minimal ingredients and prep!
Paired with Milk Drunk Protein Powder, this recipe comes together in five minutes or less. Even better? It works with any of our flavors (yay)! Simply combine ingredients the night before and pop it in the fridge... in the morning, top with fruit, granola, cacao nibs or a combination of all three. Bonus? It's tasty, filling and perfect for any time of the day.
An often overlooked breastfeeding tip? Create a mental list of easy, lactation-friendly recipes that come together fast and with minimal ingredients. A bonus if they're like our chia pudding, which is delicious any time of day! Give it a try and let us know what you think!
Salted Caramel Lactation Chia Pudding
Breakfasts / Snacks
A delicious breakfast, snack or dessert, chia puddings are easy to meal prep and can really breastfeeding mamas with those middle-of-the-night snack cravings too! We created this recipe with our Salted Caramel flavor, but try it with any Milk Drunk flavor!
1 scoop Milk Drunk Salted Caramel Protein Powder
3 tablespoons chia seeds
1 cup unsweetend almond milk
1 teasoon maple syrup
Stir all ingredients together. Store in fridge overnight or until chia seeds set.
Will keep refrigerated for 4-6 days. Make a double or triple batch to enjoy all week!
Chia seeds are small but mighty! In each tablespoon they pack five grams of fiber and two grams of plant-based protein!
Nutrition facts are per serving (two servings total).
Calories 209, Protein 12 grams, Fiber 9.5 grams